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31 minute 19 second

This coming Tuesday, T-Mobile subscribers get a free travel mug for themselves and a friend

This coming Tuesday, T-Mobile subscribers will receive a number of free goodies for the T-Mobile Tuesdays promotion, and can enter a sweepstakes to win Panera Bread eGift Cards from Tango Card. To enter, go to the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on September 25th and submit your entry. Those not subscribed to T-Mobile can go to amoe.t-mobiletuesdays.com on September 25th for one entry in the sweepstakes.10 Grand Prize winners will each receive a code good for $200 in Panera Bread eGift Cards from Tango Card. 500 First Prize winners get a code for $20 in Panera Bread eGift Cards from Tango Card....
31 minute 24 second

Latest Harris Poll measures U.S. consumers reaction to the new Apple iPhone models

Today, Apple launched the 5.8-inch iPhone XS and the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max. The 6.1-inch iPhone XR will be released on October 26th. According to a new Harris poll that included responses from 1,001 Americans, 26% said that the new 2018 iPhone models are "exciting," and 22% called them "innovating." On the other hand, 9% referred to them as "boring," and another 9% characterized the new iPhones as "underwhelming." 5% said that they are "confusing," while 2% called them "disappointing."That means 48% of Americans polled had kind words for the new iPhone handsets while 25% had negative things to say....
32 minute 22 second

YouTube Music for Android gains new streaming and download quality controls

Google promised last month that it will bring new features and improvements to YouTube Music more often, and today's update is one of the updates that fulfills that promise. The new streaming and download quality controls added in the latest update were announced back in August, so they're not really a surprise.To make use of the new streaming controls, simply head to Settings and tap “Audio quality on mobile network” or “Audio quality on Wi-Fi.” Each of these new settings have four options: Low, Normal, High, and Always High.There are also some new download quality controls available in the Downloads...

33 minute 17 second

Google makes it possible to bring all Android apps to Daydream VR

In an effort to make Daydream VR even more relevant, Google has just announced that it has added the option to open any smartphone Android app on a Daydream device to use games, tools and more in VR. Thanks to the newly added support for Android App in VR, devs will also be able to add Daydream VR support to any existing 2D app without having to rewrite the code. Google also announced that Lenovo's Mirage Solo is getting support for six degrees of freedom (6DoF) controllers, and a see-through mode. Google created a pair of physical 6DoF controllers that...
34 minute 15 second

Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL show up in another image; still no sign of Pixel Ultra

The concept of smartphone leaks is certainly nothing new, but the level of leaks surrounding the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL is more or less unheard of – in the past month alone we have covered around 15 leaks. Today is unsurprisingly no exception to this constant stream, with the latest image of both flagship devices arriving courtesy of notorious tipster Evan Blass.At this point, almost everything about Google’s next devices has been revealed so there isn’t really any new information to share. After all, as revealed by countless leaks before, the smaller Pixel 3 boasts an 18:9 display...
41 minute 47 second

FBI arrests Oregon man over alleged YouTube threats

Federal agents arrested an Oregon man who threatened to kill YouTube employees and specifically threatened the CEO of the company, saying he was coming for her, the FBI said Friday. William Gregory Douglas, 35, of Cave Junction, faces charges of cyberstalking and transmission of threats in interstate commerce to injure another. The FBI said Douglas was arrested Thursday outside a convenience store in his hometown in the forested mountains of southwest Oregon. He is scheduled to appear before a federal judge on Monday. Authorities said Douglas posted tweets under the Twitter handle LiamXmaiLRevolutionX, demanding a return of his channel and...


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Fact Check Friday: Trump's faulty take on sexual assault a sobering moment

Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court was upended this past Sunday when Christine Blasey Ford went public with an accusation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both in high school 36 years ago. Interested in MeToo? Add MeToo as an interest to stay up to date on the latest MeToo news, video, and analysis from ABC News. MeToo Add Interest Suddenly, what seemed an inevitable appointment to the Supreme Court was thrown into jeopardy, and President Donald Trump found his pick to alter the balance of the court thrust into an impassioned cultural awakening surrounding sexual...
57 minute 13 second

Wisconsin and Maryland shooters both had history of mental illness

Two workplace shootings in two days. Two different attackers -- one, a middle-aged man who fired at his coworkers at a software firm in Wisconsin -- the other, a young woman who shot dead three employees at the Maryland warehouse where she worked. But on Friday, a common thread emerged between both shootings: mental illness. Snochia Mosely, 26, the Maryland shooter who fired at the 65 other employees who were present Thursday at a Rite Aid distribution center, had been diagnosed with a mental illness in 2016, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said at a press conference Friday. "Friends said...
1 hour 3 minute

Ferry boat that capsized, killing more than 130, was dangerously overloaded

The search for more victims of a ferry boat tragedy in Tanzania will resume at first light Saturday. Officials said more than 130 people were killed when the overcrowded boat capsized.So far, it's a rescue operation with very little good news. There were a few dozen survivors, but or the most part, emergency workers have pulled one dead victim after another out of Lake Victoria.On shore, concerned relatives gathered on the scene to search for loved ones. Many are still missing, feared drowned.The ferry only had the capacity to transport 100 people, but it was dangerously overloaded with up to...
1 hour 9 minute

UAE-based T10 League to help national side find future stars

DUBAI: The Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) has backed the UAE-based T10 league’s Talent Hunt program designed to unearth stars for the national side.ECB board member Zayed Abbas welcomed the league’s announcement that is hoped will only enhance the ECB’s own initiatives aimed at finding and developing both Emirati and expatriate players who can go on to represent the country.Any talented players that emerge from the T10 programme will feed into the UAE’s four cricketing councils.Abbas told Arab News: “Any talent hunt that takes place here that can feed into the national team is welcome. Once it takes place then our...

1 hour 12 minute

Far-right shuts French rapper out of Bataclan attack site

PARIS: A popular French Muslim rapper said Friday he is canceling sold-out October concerts at the Bataclan music hall in Paris, a target of the deadly 2015 terror attacks, due to pressure from far-right groups who claim he promotes a radical ideology and is desecrating a now-sacred site.The statement by Medine came as far-right activists announced plans to try to keep concert-goers from entering the hall for his shows. The father of an attack victim joined them, stressing he was apolitical but wanted action. Patrick Jardin said later that canceling the concert avoided the risk of violence.Since June, the right...
1 hour 18 minute

WHO: Alcohol abuse kills 3 million a year, most of them men

GENEVA: More than 3 million people died in 2016 due to drinking too much alcohol, meaning one in 20 deaths worldwide was linked to harmful drinking, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.More than three quarters of these deaths were among men, the UN health agency said. Despite evidence of the health risks it carries, global consumption of alcohol is predicted to rise in the next 10 years.“It’s time to step up action to prevent this serious threat to the development of healthy societies,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said.In its “Global status report on alcohol and health 2018,”...

1 hour 20 minute

Talking Horses: Ian Williams holds the Aces in bid to lift Ayr Gold Cup

The ability to go a bit further than six furlongs is a useful asset in a horse seeking to win the Ayr Gold Cup on a testing surface and Aces (3.50) fits the bill on Saturday. Ian Williams’s charge beat 15 rivals over six at Epsom this summer, then stepped up to score over seven furlongs at Newmarket. There was little reason for optimism in his return from a break at Goodwood but any number of excuses could be made for him that day. He has soft-ground form from his days racing in France and still has a few pounds...
1 hour 22 minute

Three babies stabbed at New York childcare center

NEW YORK: Three newborn babies and two adults were stabbed during a pre-dawn attack at a suspected illegal childcare center in New York on Friday, allegedly carried out by a female employee, police said.The injured infants ranged from three days to one-month old, police said. One woman suffered multiple stab wounds to the torso, while a man received a stab wound to the leg.The motive was not immediately clear.A 52-year-old female “babysitter/worker” at the in-home center was arrested, police said. The stabbing took place in the borough of Queens shortly before 4:00 am (0800 GMT).The suspect had a slash wound...
1 hour 24 minute

Roy Hodgson urges Wilfried Zaha to focus despite anger over fouls

Roy Hodgson has backed Wilfried Zaha’s decision to voice a sense of injustice at the treatment he receives from markers but has stressed to him the need to retain focus and make his own mark on opponents by using his “skill and goalscoring ability”. Zaha went public with his grievance after last weekend’s , when a foul from Mathias Jørgensen earned the defender a caution, though he was quick to cite a worse challenge by Watford’s Étienne Capoue against him last month. The 25-year-old claimed he would have to “get my leg broken” for a marker to be dismissed, adding:...
1 hour 25 minute

Invictus Games helps young Aussie amputee soldiers move on with their lives

By Michael Rennie Nathan Parker has wanted to be a fighter pilot in the Australian Air Force since he was six years old, but his dreams were dashed when he lost his arm in an Australian Defence Force (ADF) bus crash in 2015.Parker's left hand was amputated and he suffered tendon damage to his right hand, as well as multiple facial lacerations, when the bus he was travelling in rolled over with around 50 academy personnel on board. After enduring some dark days, the 23-year-old decided to take a leap of faith and put in an expression of interest to...


1 hour 28 minute

Ecuador attempted to give Assange diplomat post in Russia: document

QUITO: Ecuador in 2017 gave Wikileaks founder Julian Assange a diplomatic post in Russia but rescinded it after Britain refused to give him diplomatic immunity, according to an Ecuadorean government document seen by Reuters.The aborted effort suggests Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno had engaged Moscow to resolve the situation of Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy for six years to avoid arrest by British authorities on charges of skipping bail.The incident was revealed in a letter by Ecuador’s foreign ministry to a legislator who had asked for information about Ecuador’s decision last year to grant Assange citizenship.Ecuador...
1 hour 30 minute

Former Australian Open junior champion Oliver Anderson can resume tennis career after match fixing suspension

Former Australian Open junior champion Oliver Anderson is free to resume his tennis career after admitting to a match fixing offence.The 20-year-old from Brisbane has served a 19-month provisional suspension since February 2017 and no further punishment has been imposed.The case was adjudicated by independent anti-corruption hearing officer Professor Richard McLaren, following an investigation by the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU).Anderson admitted deliberately losing the first set of a match at the Traralgon Challenger tournament in Victoria in October 2016.The TIU statement read: "Although he went on to win the match and received no financial benefit, his conduct was in breach...